BSOD after Stand-By or Sleep Mode

  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10

    BSOD after Stand-By or Sleep Mode

    Hi all!

    I have a problem with my Asus S56C, I have frequent BSODs, but they only occur after few seconds or few minutes out of the Stand By mode. It does not happen after restarting restarting or turning on the PC. I have already tested the RAM and Hard Drives. Updating to Win 8.1 and then 10 did not change the problem or the way it happens. Since it might be a driver problem, I have tried to play a little bit with Driver Verifier but the drivers are so many that I was not able to identify only one and then I stopped because it was really too time consuming. I updated all thedrivers manually from the Control Panel, but it did not change anything. For the rest the computer is fine, I sent it to the ASUS Service when was still under warranty and they replaced RAM, HD, DVD-ROM, but not the 24 Gb SSD. It also came back with a clean Windows 8 but it had the same problem after installing just Avast, Chrome and Mozilla (I have already uninstalled Avast and no improvements). Here the information you need:
    Attachment 61525
    And here the result of the last Windows Debugger:
    Attachment 61526

    and here some others:
    Attachment 61527Attachment 61528Attachment 61529Attachment 61530

    Thanks in advance!
      My Computer

  2. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    This last BSOD seems to be related to "dxgmms2.sys" which belongs to Microsoft, according to the list of drivers in the Driver Verifier. How is it possible? However this would explain why the system has been unstable from the very beginning.

    I attach the new file from the Log Collector:

    Attachment 62619
      My Computer


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